Leaders Report from Conservative BC leader Trevor Bolin
Hearing the reasons why new members from across the province have joined us has made me proud.
We are already into the first week of May and the Annual General Meeting for the Conservative Party of BC is now less than two weeks away.
Our Party hit a milestone last week with a new record for active members. Hearing the reasons why new members from across the province have joined us has made me proud, as it’s a reflection of the hard work put in over the past year by our Board of Directors and volunteers.
News on the political front in Canada, and right here in British Columbia, has been very concerning lately.
With the conflicting stories being told about money laundering, to the Cullen Commission by former BC Cabinet Ministers, a litany of broken promises, and confusion around COVID-19 protocols, people, now more than ever, are looking for common sense governance – a Made-In-BC platform, and policies they can champion and get behind.
Here at home in the Peace River region of our province, we have finally entered our fourth fake Spring, and even had our first rain fall. (Thankfully, it was one which didn’t freeze to the windshield!)
Road bans are off next month, and resource companies are ready to get back to work drilling for not only the AltaGas liquid propane facility, but also the Kitimat LNG plant that is well underway.
Across BC, Spring brings new hope as trees blossom, gardens get planted, and outdoor recreation gets underway. May this new season bring new hope for better days ahead.
Trevor Bolin, leader
Conservative Party of BC